Sunday, February 27, 2011
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Piney Narrows Rd Chester MD 21619
Directions to Race:
From Eastbound RT 50:
From Westbound RT 50:
Race Day Schedule:
7:30 AM Half Marathon Start
8:30 AM 5K Race/Walk
8:30 AM 10K Race/Walk
9:00 AM Kids Fun Run
Post Race Awards Ceremony & Refreshments
Age Group Awards (Top Three Finishers):
12 under, 13-15, 16-20, 21-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+
Kids Fun Run: Awards for all participants
Our Haven Shelter info:
Krista Pettit - Shelter Director 410-739-4363 email@example.com
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Tuesday, February 22, 2011
|Area||Size of Humidifier in Gallons|
|500 sq. ft. or smaller||1.5 – 2.0|
|530 – 600 sq. ft.||2.2 – 2.5|
|700 – 800 sq. ft.||3.0 – 3.5|
|900 – 1000 sq. ft.||4.0 – 5.0|
|1000 – 2000 sq. ft.||7.0 – 9.0|
|Over 2000 sq. ft.||10.0 or higher|
- Keep the humidity in your home between 35 – 40 percent by consulting a humidistat.
- Place humidifiers on an inside wall, away from obstructions and as close to the cold air return of your furnace as possible.
- Regularly clean your humidifier to prevent the buildup of minerals and to prevent bacterial growth.
- If your house is too humid, the warm, moist air in contact with the cold, dry surface will create water droplets because the water in the air condenses.
- Place your humidifier on a hard, level surface that will not be damaged by spilled water. DO NOT place your humidifier on the carpet or a cloth.
- Warm mist and Steam vaporizer humidifiers boil water. Keep children away from these units.
- Make sure to check which type of water you should put into the humidifier. Some require certain kinds.
- Never put anything in the humidifier that is not recommended by the humidifier manufacturer.
- Do not store or leave your humidifiers for long periods of time with water in it. Undesirable odors from fungus and bacteria growth will develop.
Sunday, February 13, 2011
Before buying a home, hire a professional to come and inspect the following major house systems to insure that they do not have any problems or deficiencies: the heating and central air conditioning, plumbing, the roof, electrical systems, attic, visible insulation, walls, windows, ceilings, floors, foundations, and the basement.
- Examine your home for mold. When found, wash it off hard surfaces, and allow them to dry completely. If you find mold on absorbent materials, such as carpets, tiles, or ceilings, replace them.
- Keep your air conditioner, refrigerator, and dehumidifier’s drip pans accessible to keep clean and dry.
- When you are showering, cooking, or using the dishwasher, keep exhaust fans running or windows open in the kitchen and bathrooms.
- Always keep the vents of your dryers and bathroom exhaust fans flowing outside.
- If you’ve experienced a flood, replace the affected absorbent materials such as carpets and drywall.
- Find a hygrometer at a hardware store to measure the humidity level and maintain a relatively low level of 30-50 percent.
- Use mold-killing products to clean your bathroom and kitchen.
- Add mold inhibitors to paint when you are painting your home.
- Never carpet your bathrooms. If you have carpet there, ripe it up and replace it with vinyl, laminate, or tile.
- If the problem is overwhelming or heath problems are acting up, consult a professional.
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